Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
The discipline that focuses on the mechanisms by which cells process, integrate, and act on information to create and propagate living organisms is Molecular Biology and Biochemistry.It concentrates in particular disciplines such as cell biology, genetics, epigenetics, genomics, molecular biology, biochemistry, biophysics, structural biology, and computational modeling. It is the field that brings biologists and chemists together due to concern for the life and composition of the cells. The primary concerns of the biochemist is about the vast and complex array of chemical reactions occurring in living matter and the chemical composition of the cell. Investigatory concerns of the molecular biologist include life processes occurring at the molecular level, including the storage and transfer of genetic information and the interactions between cells and the viruses that infect them.